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Hotel in Prague Hosts Holiday Events for Families, Friends and Coworkers

Eat, Drink and Be Merry at the Prague Marriott Hotel

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC -- (Marketwire) -- 11/14/12 -- Prague is a magical city year-round, offering a glimpse back in time when buildings were grand, streets were paved in cobblestone and neighbors came together in the town center. During the holidays Prague truly shines with Christmas markets, delicious treats such as mulled wine and roasted chestnuts and traditional music, all near this hotel in Prague City Centre.

The Prague Marriott Hotel is offering its own holiday celebrations at its Prague restaurant, Midtown Grill. From Thanksgiving to New Year's, you'll find a full menu of festivities including:

Thanksgiving Buffet: Featuring traditional favorites such as grilled pumpkin soup, roast turkey and pumpkin pie. November 22, 6 to 11pm. Cost per person is 995 CZK and includes sparkling wine, wine, beer and soft drinks. Kids ages 6 to 12 get 50% off.

St. Nicholas Brunch: On December 9, experience the city's best brunch at this hotel in Prague. St. Nicholas will make a special appearance for the kids. From 12 to 3pm. Cost per person is 995 CZK and includes sparkling wine, wine, beer and soft drinks, plus hotel garage parking. Kids ages 6 to 12 get 50% off.

Christmas Dinner Buffet: Spend Christmas Eve at this hotel in Prague Old Town Square enjoying a delicious menu prepared by executive chef Jan Wiesner. Starts at 6pm. Cost per person is 1,690 CZK and includes a welcome drink and hotel garage parking. Kids ages 6 to 12 get 50% off.

Christmas Day Brunch: Enjoy Czech and world specialties on December 25 from 12 to 3pm. Cost per person is 995 CZK and includes a welcome drink, sparkling wine, wine, beer and soft drinks, plus hotel garage parking. Kids ages 6 to 12 get 50% off.

New Year's Eve Dinner: Enjoy a delicious five-course menu from chef Wiesner starting at 6pm. Cost per person is 2,012 CZK and includes a welcome drink.

New Year's Eve 2012 Celebration: Send off the year with a live band, DJ and lavish buffet offering treats from around the globe. Held in the Bohemia Ballroom from 7:30pm to 2am. Cost is 4,750 CZK per person and includes open bar with sparkling wine, beer, branded spirits and soft drinks.

New Year's Brunch: After a night of celebrating, enjoy a late breakfast from 12 to 3pm. Cost per person is 995 CZK and includes a welcome drink, sparkling wine, wine, beer and soft drinks, plus hotel garage parking. Kids ages 6 to 12 get 50% off.

For reservations at Midtown Grill, please call Mr. David Hanuš at +420 222 882 118 or email [email protected].

About the Prague Marriott Hotel
Set in the heart of one of Europe's most enchanting cities, the Prague Marriott Hotel offers modern elegance and historic charm just steps from the Old Town Square. Renovated rooms feature plush bedding and fluffy pillows, a 32-inch LCD TV with on-demand movies and music, Wi-Fi, spacious work area, minibar and safe. Deluxe, bi-level and presidential suites are available. While you're just steps from major attractions, including panoramic city views at Old Town Hall and nightlife at Prague Wenceslas Square, there is plenty to keep you occupied at this business hotel. World Class Health Academy, one of the city's largest fitness centers, offers an indoor pool, fully equipped gym, sauna, whirlpool, bowling and spa. Try your luck at the casino or treat yourself to an evening of mouthwatering steaks, chops and seafood at the Midtown Grill, also home to the city's best Sunday brunch. If you're in the mood for something light, the Lobby Lounge offers quick bites and cocktails along with wireless Internet and a smoking area. At Espressamente Illy you can be part of Europe's cafe culture with 20 coffee specialties, pastries, light snacks and an outdoor summer terrace. This luxury hotel is also home to 11 first-class meeting venues spread across nearly 11,000 sq. ft. of event space.

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